Vampires are a dime a dozen these days, and unfortunately not all of them are the blood-thirsty killers we’d like them to be. Some sparkle, some write in diaries, and others are played out romantics. Well, Dark Horse knows that they’ve got they vampire genre down, and they’re not afraid to strut their stuff. Today, the publisher released this sweet vampire one-sheet showcasing why they’re vamps are better than all the rest. Check out the full image after the break.
You can check out the larger version on the Dark Horse website.
From the mouth of the (Dark) Horse:
Dark Horse Does Vampires Right Digital Sampler
If you’ve got a taste for bloodsuckers, then look no further! Dark Horse does vampires right and gives readers who crave creatures of the night a crypt full of creepy comics!
Step into the world of Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9, as everyone’s favorite Slayer adapts to her new life in San Francisco. Then check out Angel & Faith, where the vampire with a soul and the once-evil Slayer work to atone for past sins.
This preview issue also features Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden’s Baltimore, which follows a vampire hunter living in a world beset by a post–World War I vampire infestation; samples from P. C. and Kristin Cast’s story of a vampyre boarding school in House of Night; and Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s The Strain, in which Manhattan suffers from a vampiric plague!
• Issue features selections from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #1,Angel & Faith #1, Baltimore: The Curse Bells #1, The Strain #1, and House of Night #1. Plus, the entirety of a short story entitled “Magical Mystery Tour Featuring the Beetles,” a previously unreleased, digital-only retailer exclusive from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9.
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